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Workshops on Fraser Avenue plans

30 Jan 2015 09:00 • Siew Peng Lee

RESIDENTS of Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing will get the chance to have their say on Fife Council's regeneration plans for the street next week.

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Drunk robber bungles shop raid

30 Jan 2015 09:00 • Hayley Parr

A BOTCHED hold-up left an Abbeyview shop owner laughing after a bungling drunk robber wearing a blue bag as a mask tripped over baskets.

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Tories want £100million spent on Fife's roads

30 Jan 2015 07:00 • Ted Edmunds

THE Conservative Group on Fife Council want £100million spent on road maintenance.

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End in sight for Dunfermline's Bothwell Street works

29 Jan 2015 15:30

AFTER two months of disruption on Dunfermline’s Bothwell Street due to a damaged sewer it looks like drivers will not be affected by barriers and cones any longer.

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VIDEO: Bungling drunk robber trips over shopping baskets in Abbeyview

29 Jan 2015 11:45 • Hayley Parr

WATCH a drunk robber's bungling attempt to raid Abbey News in Abbeyview.

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Councillors visit Rosyth schools

ROSYTH councillors Pat Callaghan, Douglas Chapman and Mike Shirkie visited Camdean Primary School on Friday to meet the children and discuss how they support their local community.

£350k roadworks on M876 starts today

Spartans-style academy set for Rosyth

'Great news' as Rosyth fish factory opens

Neeson's grateful family raise £18,000 for the Sick Kids Friends Foundation

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MSP raises stink over poop practice

DUNFERMLINE’S MSP is raising a stink over the muck on Scotland’s railways – and wants transport minister Keith Brown to help flush it out.

Praise for Fife A&E numbers

Amber weather warning for Fife

Potential bridge closure on Friday

Ice and wind warning for Fife

Sport »

Seventh heaven for rampant Rosyth FC

29 Jan 2015 16:45 • Ross Hart

ONLY one game involving West Fife's four junior sides beat the weather on Saturday and Rosyth were in seventh heaven as they thrashed Tranent Juniors.

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Delayed cycle speedway track set for go-ahead

29 Jan 2015 09:30 • Ross Hart

PLANNERS hoping to create Fife’s first outdoor cycle speedway track in Dunfermline are confident Fife Council will finally give the project the green light.

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Closed road criterium cycle race to return to Dunfermline

28 Jan 2015 14:30 • Ross Hart

A CLOSED road criterium cycle race will return to Dunfermline this summer following the success of last year’s inaugural event.

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Dunfermline Athletic agree deal to train at McKane Park

28 Jan 2015 10:10

DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC have announced they have agreed a deal to train at McKane Park from 1st February.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: David Ginola's bid for FIFA presidency goes beyond a joke

30 Jan 2015 08:30

AT FIRST glance, David Ginola and the late Screaming Lord Sutch may not have too much in common. Once you take into account the glossy- (though now silver) haired Frenchman’s recent decision to run for the FIFA presidency though then the comparison becomes clearer.

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Shouting the odds: Scottish League Cup semi-finals and the American Superbowl take centre stage

29 Jan 2015 08:30

AMERICA'S sporting showpiece, the Superbowl, takes place in Arizona late on Sunday night. Seattle Seahawks, the defending champions, compete against New England Patriots in a battle that the bookmakers cannot separate,

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Alex Rowley MSP: Community empowerment

28 Jan 2015 07:52

The principles of this Bill are, I think, correct but it is not clear how much of it will work and there is no estimates of costs involved and these issues will have to be addressed as it makes progress through the Parliament.

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On the Money: Retirement income expectations

25 Jan 2015 08:30

A RECENT in-depth study by Old Mutual Wealth has thrown up some very interesting findings on the subject of retirement income. I thought it might be of some interest to our readers if we looked at some of their findings and how this might shape attitudes to pensions moving forward.

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Skoda revs up the value equation

There was a time when “value for money” was almost an indictment of a car brand, and one name that faced an uphill battle for recognition was Skoda.

24 Dec 2014 09:07

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Carnegie Hall’s Snow White will leave you festively warm and fuzzy

19 Dec 2014 11:10 • Hayley Parr

CARNEGIE Hall's adaptation of Snow White is the perfect family Christmas show sure to leave you festively warm and fuzzy.

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Christmas in Falkirk

27 Nov 2014 14:12

Mince pies and mulled wine are appearing on the supermarket shelves; plans are being made to meet old friends for the annual catch-up; and the kids are cultivating a list for Santa of the latest toys and gadgets... Christmas is in the air!

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